Mons. Parlato receives the title of Peacekeeper

Mons. Eduardo Parlato, Head for Cultural Heritage of the Curia of Naples, received the title of "Peacekeeper" for his commitment in the realization of the Tricolored Totem della Pace at the Diocesan Museum in Naples.

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Council of Cultural Associations for the historical center of Naples

The Fondazione Mediterraneo participated to the Council of Cultural Associations for the historical center of Naples which took place on May the 19th at Ex Asilo Filangieri in view of the Forum of Cultures 2013.

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Tricolored Totem for Peace in Naples: installation of the work

The Tricolored Totem for Peace, by sculptor Mario Molinari, was inaugurated in front of the Diocesan Museum at the presence of the Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe on May the 20th 2011 on the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Italian Unity.

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Jubilee of Publishers and Booksellers: Matters of Faith

The President of Fondazione Mediterraneo Michele Capasso and the Head of Institutional Relations Claudio Azzolini took part to the presentation of the new book by Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, "Questioni di Fede",  talking with the lawyer Francesco De Simone.

The event took place on May the 18th in Villa Pignatelli at the presence of H.E. the Bishop mons. Rino Fisichella and the Neapolitan writer Erry De Luca.

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Tricolored Totem for Peace placed on the Terrace of the Municipality of Coazze

After the opening ceremony wich took place at the Ossario di Forno, the Tricolored Totem for Peace by sculptor Mario Molinari, 7 meters high, has been placed on the Terrace of the Municipality of Coazze.

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The Alpine celebrate the Tricolored Totem for Peace

The Tricolored Totem for Peace by sculptor Mario Molinari, opened in Turin on May 4, became the symbol of many Alpine  il simbolo di tanti Alpini who met in Turin for the rally on the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Italian Unity.

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INAUGURATION of the Tricolored Totem for Peace by Molinari

The Tricolored Totem for Peace by Molinari was inaugurated in Coazze on the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Italian Unity and the celebrations for the Martyrs of the Resistance.

The Tricolored Totem for Peace was inaugurated at the presence of the President of the Committee for the 150th Anniversary of the Italian Unity Giuliano Amato and the President of the Committee for the Ossario di Coazze Piero Fassino.
"It was a touching moment - said President of Fondazione Mediterraneo Michele Capasso - for the celebrationsof the Martyrs of the Resistance, but also for the opening of the Tricolored Totem for Peace: artwork by sculptor Mario Molinari, who was born in Coazze and who in 1961, on the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the Italian Unity, realized the monumental work Forno di Coazze".

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Capasso pays homage to the martyrs of the Resistance

President of Fondazione Mediterraneo Michele Capasso, accompanied by the Mayor of Coazze Paolo Allais payed homage to the martyrs of the Resistance with the Tricolored Totem for Peace by sculptor Mario Molinari.

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Amato and Fassino nominated "Peace-keepers"

On the occasion of the inaugural opening in Forno di Coazze of the Tricolored Totem for Pace by sculptor Mario Molinari, the President of the Committee for the 150th Anniversary of the Italian Unity Giuliano Amato and the President of the Committee for the Ossario di Coazze Piero Fassino were nominated "Peace-keepers".

"It is with deep emotion that I give to my friends Amato and Fassino - said President Capasso - this award consisting of two slabs made of Vesuvius rocks: a place where my father, Mayor of San Sebastiano al Vesuvio, was one of the architect of the Moti di via Medina, expression of the Resistance in Naples. The commitment of all of us must befor freedom and against all forms of violence and abuse".

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The Giro d'Italia passes close to the Tricolored Totem for Peace

On Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 May Turin turned pink for the 94th edition of the Giro d’Italia. The city was protagonist of the first stop: starting from Venaria Reale and arriving in Piazza Vittorio Veneto. Along the route the cyclists passed Corso Regina Margherita close to the Tricolored Totem for Peace by sculptor Mario Molinari.

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